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Access Asia Magazine Feb / Mar 2018: Future Education and Training

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, 14 March 2018
This edition of Access Asia explores the broad issues of education, focusing on the trends and developments we are seeing emerge in this space.
 

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Access Asia Magazine Dec / Jan 2017 2018: E-Commerce and the Digital Economy

Posted By Administration, Monday, 8 January 2018
This edition covers e-commerce and the digital economy, with a focus on the ASEAN region. E-commerce and the digital economy are topical, given Singapore will have a focus on these areas during their 2018 ASEAN Chairmanship.
 

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Access Asia Magazine Oct / Nov 2017: Smart Cities

Posted By Administration, Sunday, 29 October 2017
This edition of the magazine looks at ‘Smart Cities’ and several of the Australian innovations that are contributing to the Smart Nation landscape here in Singapore and also in Australia. This includes 40-foot collapsible shipping containers which can reduce to a quarter of their original size, smart technologies in use on worksites which can monitor the health and wellbeing of workers, and several other innovations.

 

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Access Asia Magazine Aug / Sep 2017 : Towards A News Era

Posted By Administration, Friday, 25 August 2017
This issue of Access Asia covers the AustCham President's Lunch & Business Awards and AustCham Singapore Australian Roadshow.

 

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Australian Business in ASEAN Survey 2017

Posted By AustCham Singapore, Thursday, 27 July 2017
Updated: Wednesday, 26 July 2017
The latest edition of AustCham Australian Business in ASEAN is in collaboration with AustCham ASEAN. It presents a community that continues to provide a strong contribution to the economic success of the region, and is generally positive about the ability to continue to contribute effectively to this growth while prospering themselves. This survey revealed that while challenges remain, firms continue to enter the region and many are actively planning to enter new markets in the next few years to respond to the opportunities inherent in ASEAN's emergence, and build on the decades of experience that the Australian business community has in the region.

 

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